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Charles H. Niehaus.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims
|Other titles||Relief of Charles H. Niehaus|
|The Physical Object|
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Bronze, Charles H. Niehaus, , National Statuary Hall Collection, Image courtesy of Architect of the Capitol A fierce debater, Speaker Henry Clay of Kentucky was a formidable opponent during House Floor debate. Charles Henry Niehaus, a sculptor, was born in Cincinnati in He learned stonecutting and marble carving before attending the McMicken School of Design in Cincinnati. Niehaus subsequently studied for four years () at the Royal Academy in Munich, where he acquired a taste for the heavy, realistic style of the German academy.
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Charles H. Niehaus learned to engrave wood and carve stone at a young age. He studied at the McMicken School of Design in Cincinnati, where he won first prize for his drawing and modeling. Although he had little money, he moved to Munich in to study at the Royal Academy, winning the highest honors ever awarded to an : [House Members Room.
Oak tympanum above door by Charles H. Niehaus showing a cartouche bearing an eagle supported on either side by cherubs. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.] Contributor Names Highsmith, Carol M.,photographer. The sculpture of Charles Henry Niehaus, being reproductions from his erected sculpture, prize designs, statues and models, with a biographical sketch by C.
H Niehaus (Book). The third result is Charles D Niehaus age 70s in Troy, MI in the Troy neighborhood. Charles is related to Juliane D Niehaus and Erin Elizabeth Krause as well as 3 additional people.
Select this result to view Charles D Niehaus's phone number, address, and more. Its sculptor, Charles Henry Niehaus, offered to create a bronze version of the plaster model for $90, Instead, the company took a lower $37, bid from a local artist, W.
Hodges. Niehaus sued the company for infringement of his intellectual property rights, and he was awarded $3, and "designed by C. Niehaus" inscribed on the : Design by Charles Henry Niehaus, execution by. MLA Format. The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, The New York Public Library.
" Daniel D. Tompkins, artotype by Edward Bierstadt, ca. 1 photograph: digital, TIFF file, color. Photo, Print, Drawing [House Members Room. Oak tympanum above door by Charles H. Niehaus showing a cartouche. Rufus R. Wilson, "Eminent American Artists, v -- Charles Henry Niehaus," Monthly Illustrator and Home and Country 12 (June ): § Regina Armstrong, The Sculpture of Charles Henry Niehaus (New York: De Vinne Press, ) § Charles H.
Caffin, American Masters of Sculpture (New York: Doubleday, Page, ), pp. § "Charles Henry. Niehaus, Regina Armstrong, Sculpture of Charles Henry Niehaus. New York, Printed at De Vinne Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: C H Niehaus; C H Niehaus: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Regina Armstrong Niehaus.
Charles Henry Niehaus Explained. Charles Henry Niehaus (Janu – J ), was an American sculptor. Education. Niehaus was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, to German parents. He began working as a marble and wood carver, and then gained entrance to the McMicken School of Design in Cincinnati.
He studied at the Royal Academy in Munich, Germany (–81). Historian Richard Norton Smith describes the foot tall statue of Revolutionary War naval hero John Paul Jones.
Sculpted by Charles H. Niehaus, and dedicated inthe memorial was the first. LOC Sculpture 14 - Charles Henry 3, × 2,; MB 1, × ; KB Muskegon Farragut × ; KB. Catherine Niehaus Ohio Catherine Niehaus in United States Federal Census Catherine Niehaus was born in monthat birth place, Ohio.
Catherine married. Just beyond the desk is a marble bust of the library’s benefactor, Charles Henry Hackley. It was sculpted by C.H. Niehaus. Looking through the foot length of the two-part great hall, you will see that the library is laid out in a cruciform floor plan with the length of the great hall as the spine and the two side wings as the arms of the.
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The Chicago "Inter- Ocean " of June,mentioned Mr. Niehaus's groups at length: "Charles H. Niehaus contributes two of the groups of the commissioned sculpture. These, in representing the subject 'Mineral Wealth,' he has centralized into the ' Story of Gold' and the ' Story of Light,' as inter preting, respectively, solid and fluid.
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